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Asking Non-Math Questions II

In my last post I said that non-math questions were important and interesting to ask because of the discussions that can arise from them. In this post (and the next) I want to share other examples of non-math questions I’m … Continue reading

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Asking non-math questions

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What makes a good colleague

A new math teacher at my school is finishing up her study, and as part of it she sent the question to the math department “what makes a good colleague?” I thought a lot about it and this is what … Continue reading

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